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When my new case and SSD get here I plan on installing my new Hyper 212 into my rig. I was wondering what would be the best way to get the second fan? I have looked a little around the forum and some people say it is best to use the same fan that came with the Hyper 212? So should I get this as my second fan? http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16835103069 or should I drop a little more money and get 2 of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185005 ? I like the quiet aspect of the S-Flex, or are there better fans around with the same noise level?

Also what are the disadvantages of using the stock 212 and maybe 1 S-Flex, does just the amount of air being pushed and pulled differ?
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You should get two PWM fans that are high cfm so you have the extra cooling power, but don't have to deal with the noise when you aren't under load.
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Could you recommend some nice PWM's? Also should I get a fan controller or should a speedfan work fine with them?
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When my new case and SSD get here I plan on installing my new Hyper 212 into my rig. I was wondering what would be the best way to get the second fan? I have looked a little around the forum and some people say it is best to use the same fan that came with the Hyper 212? So should I get this as my second fan? http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16835103069 or should I drop a little more money and get 2 of these http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835185005 ? I like the quiet aspect of the S-Flex, or are there better fans around with the same noise level?

Also what are the disadvantages of using the stock 212 and maybe 1 S-Flex, does just the amount of air being pushed and pulled differ?
id stick witht he blademaster. its really a great fan. it moves tons of air and has very good static pressure. and best of all its pwm
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Could you recommend some nice PWM's? Also should I get a fan controller or should a speedfan work fine with them?
I think that everyone has a personal preference, but I have two Akasa Viper fans in push/pull on a Cogage True Spirit. The only reason I switched fans from the stock was because the stock fan was screwed out of the box and gave off a high pitch wine. However, it wasn't worth the return shipping cost. Anyway, here's a link http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...l=c365s936b181

You can find some of this stuff on newegg as well.
They're rated for high CFM and static pressure. I can't hear them over a Gentle Typhoon 1850 in my case. They're also pre-sleeved.

Don't forget a pwm y cable for push pull http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10...l=g47c251s1325 or this http://www.frozencpu.com/products/84...l=g47c251s1325

As for speedfan, it's only going to work with fans plugged directly into your motherboard. I have one of these for controlling most of my case fans http://www.frozencpu.com/products/71...?tl=g34c17s286 It's very bright, but I guess you could take care of that with a black sharpie.
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this is what i put on my 212+
http://www.svc.com/y720dcd-25t1-gp.html

they look great in the case and my temps never go past 99f after hrs of gaming, and i run them in silent mode below 1k rpms, so very quiet, no need to pump these up and make them loud
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So really it's just a matter of preference? I am thinking I will just go with a 2nd CM fan then, I already have an (old) fan controller that I could install and that would be perfect for all the fans in my Haf X. Thanks guys
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